United States | 2018 | RaMell Ross
Tied for the best film of 2018 according to NY Times film critic A.O. Scott, this lyrical, intimate portrait of a place and its people follows two young African American men from rural Hale County, Alabama, over the course of five years. As one attends college and the other fathers a son, the movie captures the mundane and the monumental, the quotidian and the sublime. “Pure cinematic poetry...Poses a quietly radical challenge to assumptions about race, class and the aesthetics of filmmaking.” –NY Times. DCP. 76 min.
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